Posted: 1:06 pm Wednesday, August 13th, 2014
Moderated by Rick Badie
Today, an energy consultant suggests that cleaner, renewable energy might prove an economic boon for Georgia, a state with key factors in place to help it capitalize on a growing national movement to reduce pollution from power plants. The other writer looks at the valuable role our forests and woodlands can play in combating climate change.
Georgia’s promising energy future
By Win Porter
Georgia is on a path to more robust economic growth based on cleaner and more affordable energy. Natural gas and nuclear power will provide most of the muscle.